Real Talk: The procurement backlog is only the beginning
This last summer, the Adams administration announced that $4.2 billion in payments to nonprofits had been “unlocked” through a 12-week initiative that registered 2,600 previously unregistered, retroactive contracts. While this is welcome news, nonprofit leaders know all too well that registration is only the first step to getting paid. In fact, there is a danger that the administration will declare victory once it has worked through the registration backlog without tackling the other issues that can create significant delays between registration and payment. Read this article on NYNMedia by SeaChange's John MacIntosh on the subject.